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Offline stlee29

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Re: 2019 headlights beam
Reply #20 on: January 13, 2020, 04:45:45 AM


Same steps for the 2nd gen V1K. Should be same for the 3rd V1K 2019 model.
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Re: 2019 headlights beam
Reply #21 on: January 14, 2020, 06:36:46 PM
I had mine adjusted at the 1st service,the mechanic told me he had adjusted them BELOW the height needed for an MOT,so i went out in the dark again,this time the dipped beam was instead of being at the top of road signs was now at the bottom which was about the same as the top of a car windscreen so i was getting flashed by everybody,so got home pushed the bike 20yds back from the garage door and the beam was half way up so now have adjusted them down to 2ft up the door will see how this is, better be it now as im getting really pissed off with it.Kawasaki can make good lights the one's on my zzr1400 were brilliant and they never needed adjusting,think i might have to buy some spotlights because if i ever get them adjusted right they don't look that bright.Maybe to oncoming cars they are but not for the rider.
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Re: 2019 headlights beam
Reply #22 on: January 14, 2020, 07:29:17 PM
LED lights on the latest models may be a contributing factor  :notsure:   
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